Lockheed Martin's picture of the final F-22 Raptor. Taken with a (costly) Hasselblad H4D super-high definition camera. May 3, 2012Posted by David Cenciotti in : Military Aviation , trackback
Here’s a cool image of the final F-22 aircraft (Air Force serial number 10-4195) delivered to the U.S. Air Force on May 2, 2012.
The aircraft will be assigned to the 3rd Wing at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JEBR), Alaska, where F-22s already equip the active duty 90th and 525th Fighter Squadrons and the 302nd FS, an Air Force Reserve Associate squadron.
The photograph is particularly interesting because, according to the EXIF data shown by Flickr, it was taken with a Hasselblad H4D, a high-end professional, costly (depending on the model the price range is comprised between 27,000 and 44,000 USD), medium format DSLR camera, that is famous for its super-high resolution images.
The most expensive camera for the final most advanced (and troubled) stealth fighter plane ever built.
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